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Concorde Hotel Singapore Earns bizSAFE Level 4 Certification

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Concorde Hotel Singapore has achieved the bizSAFE level 4 certification for Workplace Safety and Health (WSH).

 WSH management is a core component to drive productivity, longevity and prosperity in businesses, and this certification comes shortly after the extension on 1 September 2011 of the Workplace Safety and Health Act (WSHA), to cover all workplaces in Singapore.

Concorde Hotel Singapore, General Manager, Mr. Leo Llambi, said, "This certification underscores the Hotels commitment to workplace safety. The health and safety of our staff and our Guests is paramount at Concorde Hotel Singapore.

The Workplace Safety and Health Council's (WSH) bizSAFE initiative is a 5-step programme developed to help businesses build WSH capability and strengthen their WSH management system. It enables companies to make safety an integral part of their business and learn how they can drive productivity with WSH innovations.

The Workplace Safety and Health Act came into effect on 1 March 2006 and covers workplaces in Singapore such as factories, construction sites and shipyards. The government has announced that from September 2011, the Act covers all workplaces.

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